U.S. Army Col. Eric Toler has been tapped to lead the Georgia Cyber Center as its new executive director, officials announced Friday in a press release.
Toler, who formerly served as a commander of National Security Agency (NSA) Georgia, brings a substantial amount of cybersecurity and national intelligence experience to a job focused on cultivating and executing the overall collaborative mission of the center. He will begin the position Oct. 1.

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